Treaty Awareness Walks For Unity

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Members of the Ojibwe tribe in Northern Michigan are bound and determined to bring justice back to all Indigenous Peoples. Their goal is to connect together through heart and unity. Their group walked thousands of miles from Michigan to Washington, DC to spread awareness of their Treaty Awareness Walk campaign to ensure that all treaties of all Indigenous People everywhere are honored and recognized. They are also seeking to establish a way for Native Americans to become a part of the United Nations to have a voice or to establish one of their own. While in Washington, DC, they connected with members of Apache Stronghold, who are fighting to save sacred land and who were instrumental in getting the H.R. 2811 – Save Oak Flat Act supported and introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders. The Ojibwe will continue their Treaty Awareness journey in 2016, walking to spread awareness about drug addiction, starting in San Diego, CA in February.

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  1. Joseph Hock November 10, 2015 at 7:20 pm #

    Well done friend! Your documenting our story helps us to reach out to the masses! Wa’do (thank you)!

    • Victoria Linssen November 23, 2015 at 9:39 pm #

      Thank you so much! It is absolutely crucial that the world start understanding that we are all connected and that how we treat the Earth and how we treat each others matters. It is time to wake-up and care for the Mother that cares for us before it is too late.

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